I want to find out if anyone has managed to successfully implement a way to resize your droplet when needed, I have a RAM-intensive application that I run maybe once a day and sometimes once a week, when I run it maxes out the RAM as it is currently running on a 2GB ram droplet, I don’t need an always-on droplet so was wondering whether I can resize to a memory-optimized droplet just for when I do the runs, then resize back to the lower option/switch the droplet off when it isn’t running. Just want to understand the costing as it would be pointless having the full memory optimized droplet running 24/7 and paying a large amount monthly - any advise would be appreciated
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